Today I’d like to cover a confusing topic that’s somewhat unique to us in New Zealand. Dual-listing.
Trade Me’s share price has risen again to hit a new high of $6.38. This comes as the bidding war over the company heats up.
The share price for Restaurant Brands New Zealand Limited has surged by over 3% this morning. This comes on the back of an announcement that the Taco Bell chain is finally coming to the country.
Today, Trade Me’s share price rose by 2.48% to a new high of $6.20. This is the latest development in the Trade Me buyout saga.
The looming Fourth Industrial Revolution stands to come to fruition mere months from now. And what it will do will be truly remarkable.
I’ll admit it. I love chasing fat tails. Now, before you try to guess what that means…I’ll go ahead and tell you that you’re probably wrong. Here are a few examples of what I’m talking…
Pushpay is a Kiwi company which provides software to the non-profit sector. Today, following a period of downturn, their NZX share price has rebounded by over 5%.
Today, Trade Me received a $2.5 billion takeover offer. British private-equity firm Apax Partners made a proposal of $6.40 per share.
The Sky Network Television Limited [NZX:SKT] share price has dived by 2.8%. Sky — founded in 1987 — is New Zealand’s largest pay-per-view satellite TV provider.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand, a potential money-laundering scheme and an unusual gold mine in Peru. Lots of juicy details regarding the recent liquidation of insurance company CBL.
Fletcher Building confirmed today that it has sold international roofing products manufacturer Roof Tile Group (RTG) for $59.8 million.
KiwiBuild has started to roll. What many believed would be the silver bullet to New Zealand’s housing crisis has been disappointing.
Finally, after literally years of waiting, there appears to be dark rain clouds on the horizon…Is that…an IPO? Yes, indeed.
For those of you who have been following our coverage of the pot phenomenon, this could be your first foray into an explosive industry.